Will WiredTiger keep the binary files up-to-date when mongoDB is updated?

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Thang Vu

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Apr 9, 2020, 6:41:29 AM4/9/20
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I want to keep my /data folder on a remote host, separated from the host where I install and run my mongoDB instances. 
On the event of updating these mongoDB instances to a next major version, I want to just simply keep the /data folder unchanged (suppose I have backed up the folder). After reconnection, would WiredTiger still persist the data (as binary files) with 100% reliability?

Keith Bostic

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Apr 9, 2020, 1:01:16 PM4/9/20
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On Thursday, April 9, 2020 at 3:41:29 AM UTC-7, Thang Vu wrote:
I want to keep my /data folder on a remote host, separated from the host where I install and run my mongoDB instances. 
On the event of updating these mongoDB instances to a next major version, I want to just simply keep the /data folder unchanged (suppose I have backed up the folder). After reconnection, would WiredTiger still persist the data (as binary files) with 100% reliability?

This is really a MongoDB server question, I'd suggest filing a MongoDB JIRA question here: https://jira.mongodb.org/.
 
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